• by Will Peycke


    I like to think I have things under control. That I am on top of things, that I’ve got it together. That I know what I’m doing. Until, all of a sudden, I don’t. Can you relate?

  • by Gami Ortiz


    The slaves were expected to prepare it, but not permitted to eat of it. After the slaves fought for their independence, they took to eating this meal as a celebration of their independence as a nation and their freedom from slavery...

  • by Stephen Weinkauf


    I’ve realized that I’m entering another wilderness, and it scares me. But the more I process what God has taught me while I was wandering in the wilderness of seminary, the more I look forward to the next wilderness with hope. I do not yet know what the future holds, but here is what I do know.

  • by Gami Ortiz


    I didn’t know coming back to the States was going to be more difficult than adjusting to life overseas. I didn’t know that the move would pose greater danger to our emotional, social, and spiritual health than our initial move to the mission field. But all my reading on the subject of missionary re-entry, alongside of my new personal experiences, tell me that the transition back is much more challenging. It’s also the most neglected part of missionary care.